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Like many families, we've been trying to process all of the information about the coronavirus outbreak and stay in good health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's website (www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html) contains guidelines and information to help your family thro…

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Lucy is really good at weighing fourteen-and-a-half pounds. Give or take.

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Due to ongoing public health orders, area church schedules may change with little notice. Therefore, we are not publishing daily schedules this week, only church contact information, to ensure that we’re not providing outdated, inaccurate information. Area churches have canceled all worship …

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Due to continuing updates to public health orders, area church schedules may change this week with little notice. Therefore, we are not publishing daily schedules this week, only church contact information, to ensure that we’re not providing outdated, inaccurate information. Area churches ha…

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My late husband, Ted sr. was a meat cutter for over 25 years. Believe it or not, he wore the same work boots for all those years.

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Oh my, lovely gardeners. What an exciting time to be alive! I’ve seen the sandhill cranes return to the fields and can hear the blackbirds trilling along my garden edges. They are all letting us know spring is here.

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Due to continuing updates to public health orders, area church schedules may be changing this week with little notice. Therefore, we are not publishing daily schedules this week, only church contact information, to ensure that we’re not providing outdated, inaccurate information. Area church…

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Due to continuing updates to public health orders, area church schedules may be changing this week with little notice. Therefore, we are not publishing daily schedules this week, only church contact information, to ensure that we’re not providing outdated, inaccurate information. Most — but …

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When we first got television, I was a fourteen-year-old happy camper. The closest TV station was WGN channel 9 out of Chicago. When it wasn’t too snowy, My sister and I could invite friends and we would have a “TV party.”

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If you’re planning to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day holiday at home, you are part of growing number of Americans who like to commemorate the day with a family dinner. A national St. Patrick’s Day survey found that regardless of family roots or Irish heritage, the holiday is more about food…

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When it comes to making healthy eating choices, there is a constant barrage of information. Fueled by a multi-billion-dollar industry, marketers try to convince us that their products are just what we need to feel good and be healthy. When it comes to probiotics, for example, what do consume…

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For several days now, my mind has been on dogs.

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Animal protein staples in America have traditionally been beef, pork and poultry. Until now, that is! American consumers are warming up to goat meat. It’s a healthy protein choice that 75% of the world has been enjoying for a very long time.

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Jan Carpenter, longtime owner of The Garment Shop in downtown Cambridge, will be the guest of honor at an 80th birthday celebration from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 8. The community is invited to attend the party at Galleria 214, located at 214 W. Main St., Cambridge.

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I can’t imagine who doesn’t know what Murphy’s Law is. But my niece didn’t know what a hand-held can opener was. I’d better review Murphy’s Law.

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February is a celebration of matters of the heart. Love is in the air this month, so remember to love yourself and take good care of your health. Avoid overeating or going hungry between meals by eating nutritious meals and snacks. Eating three small, well-balanced meals and two or three nut…

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Mr. Palmer was my literature instructor at junior college. But honestly, there were times when he sounded more like a philosophy guru. In those times he reached heart and soul and challenged us to think.

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For some strange reason, most folks that I know here were born in Wisconsin and have lived in Wisconsin their whole life. Maybe they have moved to other cities in the state in their younger years; or heaven forbid, outside Wisconsin. However, after graduation or after getting married, they m…

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When we were in Atlanta, we lived in a cul-de-sac that housed 10 families. Except for one family who was originally born and raised in Georgia, all others were transients. Yes, they were from all over, Kentucky, Texas, California, Arkansas … strange, not one from Wisconsin.

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I wanted to be a figure skater. Ever since I saw Sonia Heine in the movies and in person, my dream was to skim across the ice in a fur-trimmed skating skirt with matching jacket and hat. She was a beautiful blonde from Norway who won Olympics before I was born.

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February is National Heart Month, so it's a great time to make a change for better heart health. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, with stroke coming in fifth, according to the American Heart Association. Both of these conditions result when blood flow is redu…